Posted by Vivian Gonzalez
A seasonal summer pattern remains in place for South Florida attributed to an area of high pressure in control of our weather. However, this area of high pressure is not as strong to keep conditions totally dry. In fact, we will see the occasional passing overnight/early morning coastal shower along a warm ocean breeze and spotty afternoon inland storms due to our sea breezes colliding. This should be the routine through Monday of next week.
Our seasonal summer pattern will change by Tuesday as computer models keep insisting on tropical moisture moving in and bringing a better chance of rain.
1) Tropical Storm Gordon is getting stronger with sustained winds at 65mph. This storm could become a category one hurricane on Friday as some strong upper-level winds push it East. By the end of the weekend, it will begin to weaken as it moves through the Azores.
2) Remnants of Tropical Depression Seven have emerged into the Bay of Campeche in the Gulf of Mexico and is producing disorganized showers and storms. The National Hurricane Center is giving it low potential to develop since it is so close to land.
Have a wonderful evening South Florida and make it a safe one!
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